Lady Gaga is all about the giving.
The mega-pop star and gay rights activist took top honors in the “Top 20 Celebs Gone Good” list for 2010 compiled by Web site DoSomething.org.
The site credits Gaga with spending much of her time fighting for the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell,” while serving as the face of the MAC Viva Glam campaign, with 100 percent of its proceeds going to fight AIDS.
Lady Gaga tops new lists of the Top 20 Celebs Gone Good in 2010. Alica Keys takes second spot! Its good to see celebrities giving back. Lady Gaga, a leader in gay rights issues, takes the No. 1 spot on a new list of the Top 20 Celebs Gone Good this year.Alicia Keys who is devoted to fighting HIV and AIDS was the runner up.
Lady GaGa has been named the 'Most Charitable Star Of 2010' by Do Something.
The website for the not-for-profit youth organisation praised GaGa over supporting same-sex marriage and calling for the repeal of the 'Don't Ask Don't Tell' military policy.
"Her ladyship also hosted the Hands Up for Marriage Equality event supporting same-sex marriage and was the face of MAC Viva Glam, with 100% of the proceeds going to prevent HIV/AIDS worldwide," read a post on the site.
Lady Gaga, Alicia Keys
Top List of 2010's Most Charitable Stars
LADY GAGA has beaten ALICIA KEYS to lead the list of the most charitable celebrities of the year (10).
The Poker Face hitmaker's outspoken support for gay rights and her tireless efforts in the campaign for the repeal of the U.S. military's Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy placed her at number one, just ahead of Keys, who led the charge against HIV and AIDS in 2010.
The ladies are at the top of the Celebs
What do Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga and Leonardo DiCaprio have in common?
Other than being stars, they are also among DoSomething.org’s Top 20 Celebs Gone Good of 2010, the Los Angeles Times reported. The Web site, which guides young people with volunteerism opportunities, announced its list of charitable celebs on Thursday.
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The “Lady Gaga of the Not-for-Profit World”? It’s a title that few CEOs would necessarily embrace, but then they aren’t Nancy Lublin, the independently minded, ultra-hip “CEO and Chief Old Person” (mid-30s) at DoSomething.org.